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2022年7月14日 星期四 农历六月十六
Thursday, July 14, 2022, June 16 of the lunar calendar
1. Press and publication Administration: effectively standardize the order of the textbook market in primary and secondary schools, and strengthen the supervision, inspection and management of printing and distribution.
2. Official: it is strictly forbidden to discriminate against recovered people who have tested positive for COVID-19 nucleic acid in employment, and such discrimination is found to be punished strictly together.
3. Two departments: the compulsory education phase plans to recruit 5000 lecturers to work in counties, towns and rural schools.
4. Health Commission: focus on promoting free vaccination of HPV vaccine in areas with mature conditions.
5. Tianchuan No. 2 03 satellite was successfully launched, and China's second-generation data relay satellite system was officially completed.
6. Zhuhai, Guangdong: there were 27 new positive cases, all of which were related cases in Hailian kindergarten.
7. Beijing requires that out-of-school training institutions for disciplines in the stage of compulsory education are not allowed to leave homework.
8. Anhui: encourage the untrustworthy parties to take the initiative to correct illegal and untrustworthy behavior and rebuild good credit.
9. Many cities encourage government organs and institutions to buy houses by group buying, and Guangzhou can offer a maximum discount of 20%.
10. The highest temperature of 71 national weather stations broke the historical extreme value, and the daily highest temperature in many places was above 44 ℃.
In November and 2022, the Fortune China 500 list was released, followed by Sinopec, PetroChina and China Construction.
12. Opinion polls: the positive rate of South Korean President Yoon Sik-Yue's administration has declined continuously, with a poor rate of more than 60%.
13. The Indian court allowed the unfreezing of the vivo account, but asked it to provide a guarantee of nearly 9.5 billion Indian rupees.
14. Us CPI rose 9.1 per cent year-on-year in June, far exceeding expectations, hitting a 40-year high.
15. The president fled and protests broke out again: Sri Lanka declared a state of emergency and the western province imposed a curfew.
[whispering] halfway up the mountain is too crowded, you have to go to the top of the mountain to have a look: at the top of the mountain, you can see the river rushing, on top of the peaks, you will feel the strong wind.